Cloudy Thursday night and cooling begins

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Posted at 3:35 AM, Jan 13, 2022

Our Thursday evening looks mostly cloudy to overcast. A weak area of low pressure is moving through the Ohio Valley, producing the clouds and a small temperature decrease. A few isolated showers have popped up across the area but will end shortly as the low departs. Tonight expect overcast skies and a low of 29.

Friday is another cloudy day and cooler as northeast winds pull in cooler air. Temperatures start in the upper 20s and warm to only 37.

The confidence in Saturday's forecast continues to grow that we will not see snow. But there are still a few locations to the south/southwest where a few morning snow showers are possible. This would be minor. So the day is mostly cloudy to overcast with highs in the low 30s. The Bengals game will be dry and chilly with wind chills in the mid teens by the end of the game.

We are still tracking the potential for snow on Sunday, and confidence is growing for snow here in the Tri-State. Temperatures could cause mixed precipitation initially in the afternoon, which could impact snow totals. Right now, some areas could be in the upper 30s before falling to, or near, freezing by late afternoon. Here is an early look at snow numbers for Sunday. It's looking more likely that roads will turn snowy Sunday afternoon and evening. Best chance is east of I-75, but this track could shift in the coming days so we will continue to keep you updated.


On Sunday there will be a WEATHER ALERT DAY beginning at 12pm Sunday through Monday morning at 9am.There is an article on the website dedicated to the snow that the weather team will continue to update:

Cloudy sky
A bit cooler
High: 46

Low: 29

Cloudy sky
High: 37

Slight snow chance
Low: 22

Slight chance snow
High: 32

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